However, the series is two years away from its expected release.
After nearly two years since the conclusion of the global hit fantasy series “Game of Thrones,” we finally hear something decisive about its sequel. In the meantime, we have seen many of its prequels getting canceled. Let us hope this gives us something good.
After a series of some staggering announcements made by HBO, it seems like they have left us with no option but be a subscriber of their streaming service. Now, Game of Thrones prequel “House of Dragon” has joined the list of dazzling series coming on the platform in the forthcoming future. A recent announcement has confirmed that the series will be coming on the platform on the platform of HBO and HBO Max in the year 2022 (which means there is time to make theories).
The prequel will base itself on an iconic world built by George RR Martin through his saga “A Song of Ice and Fire.” However, the series will have no direct connection with the story already told by HBO. Instead, it will be based on the two-volume novel of the same name penned by George RR Martin, exploring the rise of Taragaryen rule in Westeros years before Robert’s Rebellion dethroned their dynasty.
It has been confirmed that the series would arrive on HBO in accordance with its expected release date, which is in 2022.
The story of the series will be based 300 years before the events which formed the basis of the HBO series. Game of Thrones prequel titled “House of the Dragon” will star Paddy Considine in the role of King Viserys Targaryen, Matt Smith in the role of Prince Daemon Targaryen, Emma D’Arcy in the role of Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, and Olivia Cooke in the role of Alicent Hightower.
If you are interested to know a little further about their characters, you can read about them on the official page of “House of Dragon” at HBO’s official website.
Warner Media, which is the parent company of HBO, gave the first look of the ten episodes long season 1 courtesy of a blog post penned by its CEO Jason Kilar in which he made a big announcement that all of the film distributed by Warner Bros. will make its way to HBO Max as well.
Warner Bros. has met with severe criticism from some high profile names since then.